Aboutorab Khosravi

Aboutorab Khosravi

Aboutorab ou Abutorab Khosravi (en persan: ابوتراب خسروی) est un écrivain iranien né en 1956 à Chiraz, célèbre pour avoir écrit le roman Les livres des scribes.


  • La Rivière du narrateur, 2003, (roman) Prix Golshiri
  • Les livres des scribes, 2000, (roman) Prix Mehrégan
  • Le Divan de Soumanat, 1998, (recueil de nouvelles)
  • Le Chaos, 1991, (recueil de nouvelles)

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